In this piece for The Cut, Dyan Neary details the story of Frankie Perry, a man whose life was forever altered by being prescribed an atypical anti-psychotic as a toddler. Although the FDA has never approved any atypical anti-psychotic medication for children under 5, doctors are increasingly prescribing them off-label for this age group.
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